Fred A. Hayner, Lake Forest University Class of 1895,.....lfspfmn00069.tif

Title

Fred A. Hayner, Lake Forest University Class of 1895,.....lfspfmn00069.tif

Description

Fred A. Hayner, Class of 1895, an all-around college leader, is credited with inventing the flying tackle in football as a student at Lake Forest. It "never failed to stop a man in his tracks," said the Chicago Record-Hearld in 1913. Hayner went on to a career as the sports editor of the Chicago Daily News. His grandson, Don Hayner, now writes for the Sun-Times, the successor to the Daily News.

Publisher

From 30 Miles North: A History of Lake Forest College, its Town, and its City of Chicago, Lake Forest, Illinois: Lake Forest College, 2000, ISBN 0963818961

Relation

30 Miles North Images (Lake Forest College)

Format

Image/tiff

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228 pixels per inch

Dimensions

4000 × 5055 pixels

Files

lfspfmn00069.tif

Citation

“Fred A. Hayner, Lake Forest University Class of 1895,.....lfspfmn00069.tif,” Digital Collections - Lake Forest College, accessed October 18, 2018, http://collections.lakeforest.edu/items/show/2853.

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